Sedum Adolphii is a trailing ground cover that looks great in hanging baskets or draping over a potted arrangement. The leaves are yellow with dark orange margins that deepen in colour depending on their sun exposure and the season. Sedum is actively growing in winter and will generally flower late winter through to early spring.
This is another specimen that I will prune late summer to encourage fresh new growth in winter. Aphids can be a pest come flowering time so be sure to keep a check on your Adolphii. They are also prone to mealy bugs if the weather is humid and wet so it is important to keep an eye on them and check in between the leaves at this time. If the case of mealy infestation is very bad the plant may need to be removed from the pot and treated and the soil replaced with fresh well draining succulent and cacti soil.